[Wine] Integrated Intel Card Error

MacNean Tyrrell dardack at gmail.com
Thu Sep 8 07:35:14 CDT 2011

On Thu, Sep 8, 2011 at 12:11 AM, Entanglement <wineforum-user at winehq.org>wrote:

> I'm running an integrated Intel Video Card 3400 series, and when I try to
> run Steam apps, they crash after I connect (these are all multiplayer games)
> and wine gives me this error:
> Code:
> failed to lock vertex buffer in CMeshDX8::LockVertexBuffer
> This error was already reported 3 times, and the solution to them has been
> to edit the registry using 'regedit' and then editing Direct3D's folder by
> adding in "VideoMemorySize" and setting it equal to the MB of the given
> video card, so for me it was 256.
> Unfortunately, even after doing so I get the same error when I try to run
> the program, specifically Team Fortress 2, but Left 4 Dead has given me the
> same error as well.
> Does anybody know another solution to this?
TBH get a new video card?  Integrated Intel Cards are not very well
supported on linux.  Also, if i'm not mistaken, isn't their OpenGL
support/API kinda behind, so it won't support OpenGL calls that are needed
to be made?

I know with Trine for linux, to get it to work on linux you gotta do some
crazy things, just because of the support of them is very lacking.


MacNean C. Tyrrell
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